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Aquatic Invasive Species Population Stabilized
A new study by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has shown that ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species have been successful.

The spread of aquatic invasive species has remained stable in the 1,000 Wisconsin lakes used in the study. Invasive species are still present in 75% of the lakes, but 90% of the lakes remain zebra mussel free and 75% did not have milfoil.


 
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